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A Breakdown Of President Trump’s Presidential Proclamation

by Nate Lozier22. 06. 2020.

Today, President Trump signed a presidential proclamation that will go into effect at 12:01 am ET on June 24, 2020. Here are the high-level implications: What does the proclamation do?…

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Katya Stelmakh Joins Legalpad As Network Attorney

by Nate Lozier19. 06. 2020.

Legalpad is excited to welcome Katya Stelmakh to our attorney network! An immigrant herself, Katya first moved to the United States from Belarus on a student visa, after winning the…

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The Black Community Stood For Me And It’s Time To Return The Favor

by Nate Lozier09. 06. 2020.

These past few weeks’ events are a poignant reminder of a sad truth in America today: that we still live in a country where many are judged not by the…

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USCIS To Ease Back Into Premium Processing, At Least For Now

by Nate Lozier04. 06. 2020.

With much of America reopening in stages, the USCIS will resume many of its normal operations through the months of June and July. Starting tomorrow, June 4th, the USCIS will…

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Announcing Legalpad’s Official Partnership With Techstars

by Sara Itucas20. 05. 2020.

We are incredibly proud and excited to announce Legalpad’s official global partnership with Techstars!  To us, Techstars is more than just an amazing tech accelerator where great companies are born…

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RFE Rates Remain High For Employment-Based Non-Immigration Visas

by Nate Lozier13. 05. 2020.

O-1 initial approval rate declined from 90.8% in 2019, to 89% in the second quarter of 2020. The O-1 RFE rate increased from 26.4% in 2019, to 30.1% in the…

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How to Read and Understand the Visa Bulletin

by Nate Lozier05. 05. 2020.

For anyone going through the green card process, you’re probably familiar or at least heard of the visa bulletin. The visa bulletin can be difficult to read and navigate. Here…

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Furloughing H-1B workers

by Sara Itucas24. 04. 2020.

As a result of economic conditions caused by COVID-19, many startups and employers are having to make the difficult decision of whether they need to furlough H-1B workers. The US…

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A Breakdown of President Trump’s Executive Order

by Sara Itucas22. 04. 2020.

On Monday, President Trump announced his plan to sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States amid the coronavirus pandemic. To anyone going through the immigration…

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Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)

by Sara Itucas07. 04. 2020.

Notices of Intent to Deny (NOID) A Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) is USCIS’ way of letting you know that they don’t expect your application to be approved. However,…

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